OLAP Mining Model Editor
Use this tool to browse the content of an OLAP data mining model and edit its structure. You can also use OLAP Mining Model Editor and the associated dialog boxes to perform various procedures.
The following diagram shows the elements that make up OLAP Mining Model Editor.
Unlike Relational Mining Model Editor, OLAP Mining Model Editor does not show a schema view, because the OLAP data mining model is based on the structure of a single cube. The browser pane shows only the content of the OLAP data mining model, while the structure pane contains the complete structure of the cube, including indicators to show which dimensions, levels, member properties, and measures from the cube provide input and predictable information to the OLAP data mining model.
OLAP Mining Model Editor appears when you do one of the following:
- In the Analysis Manager tree pane, right-click an OLAP data mining model, and then click Edit.
- In the Analysis Manager tree pane, click an OLAP data mining model, and then on the Action menu, click Edit.
OLAP Mining Model Editor has five elements. For more information about these elements, click a link in the following table.
|To do this||See|
|Perform various basic tasks within OLAP Mining Model Editor.||Menu Bar (OLAP Mining Model Editor)|
|Carry out common functions within OLAP Mining Model Editor.||Toolbar (OLAP Mining Model Editor)|
|View the OLAP data mining model structure, such as input and predictable columns.
Change the structure of the OLAP data mining model.
|Structure Pane (OLAP Mining Model Editor)|
|View and edit properties associated with the OLAP data mining model and its data mining columns.
View descriptions of properties and the objects to which they apply.
|Properties Pane (OLAP Mining Model Editor)|
|Display the content of the processed OLAP data mining model.||Browser Pane (OLAP Mining Model Editor)|